Headlines: Lauren Alaina Opry BTS, Scarypoolparty on Having a Purpose

Interview: Scarypoolparty Is Musically Fearless and on Fire – Can you talk a little bit about the “Millennial Love” music video concept and what it means to you? Scarypoolparty: I wanted to reach out to basically like my community and to show what’s going on around the world that I try to be conscious of. I caught myself being really really focused on the wrong ideas of other peoples comments Not to be so hyper focused on what’s going on on my phone. In LA of course, but also around the world, there’s a homeless crisis and we need to address it. That is the only way we can ultimately make a positive impact in the community. I think people responded to it well. I wanted to make something that had purpose, not just another music video. – Read more at Atwood Magazine

Go Behind the Scenes with Lauren Alaina at the Grand Ole Opry – Lauren Alaina is taking fans behind the scenes at the Grand Ole Opry, where singers continue to perform for a Saturday night broadcast despite the coronavirus pandemic.

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How ‘My Corona’ made ‘Voice’ star Chris Mann the Weird Al of the COVID-19 era – It all started about a month ago, when society went into shutdown mode and Mann’s upcoming concerts were canceled one by one. “It became, ‘Oh wait, my entire livelihood is based around crowds.’ I never even thought of it that way before,” he muses. It was in this panicked mindset that Mann “went to do that first grocery store run, where we all spent 400 bucks and bought everything we could, and I couldn’t get a goddamn parking space, I was afraid, I wasn’t used to the masks, I had gloves on, and I was so just uncomfortable with the whole thing.” That night, after he unpacked his groceries and put his toddler son to bed, Mann decompressed by writing a spoof lyric to the Knack’s new wave hit “My Sharona,” now retitled “My Corona.” And the rest was history. – Read more at yahoo.com

Katy Perry Mourns the Death of Her Cat, Kitty Purry – On Saturday, the 35-year-old singer shared that Kitty Purry has died, 15 years after she came into her life. Kitty Purry has been a familiar site to Perry’s fans over the years, appearing in her 2009 music video for her breakout hit, “I Kissed a Girl.” “Kitty Purry crawled through my then-boyfriend’s window 15 years ago, fully pregnant and seeking shelter,” Perry wrote. “Two litters and many moons later, this street cat became a lovable mascot to many. Sadly, Kitty completed her 9th life last night. I hope she rests in salmon fillets and tuna tartare way up in catnip heaven.” – Read more at ETOnine

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